2005 Citroen C1 4 Star NCAP occupant crash safety rating.New look for 2009 announced 4-11-2008, with new nose, slightly better economy and slightly lower emissions. There are new wheels and trims whilst inside there are new upholstery and materials. The 1.0i 68hp petrol engine now emits 106g/km CO2 and offers 63.8mpg combined.
Prices for 2009m facelift announced 8-1-2009:
VT 1.0i 12V 68hp 3Dr 106 g/km CO2 £7,595.00
VT 1.0i 12V 68hp 5Dr 106 g/km CO2 £7,945.00
VTR 1.0i 12V 68hp 3Dr 106 g/km CO2 £8,095.00
VTR 1.0i 12V 68hp 5Dr 106 g/km CO2 £8,445.00
VTR 1.4HDi 55hp 5Dr 109 g/km CO2 £9,395.00
2005 Citroen C1 Splash launched 17-1-2009 in new colours of metallic Electra Blue or Lipizian White. Has custom coloured door mirrors; Lipizan White models feature metallic black mirrors and the Electra Blue will have white door mirrors. 62.8 mpg on combined cycle, CO2 emissions of 106g/km and group 1 insurance make it the ideal city car. At under 111g/km CO2 it qualifies for 100% first year write-down when bought as a company car. The C1 Splash is based on the new 1.0i 68hp VT model and is available from £7,345, including a generous £800 cashback offer.
5-1-2010: New VTR+ trim level for 2010, directly replacing the previous VTR models. VTR+ trim provides enhanced standard specification in the form of a highly attractive ‘Leather Pack’, which includes part leather/part Alcantara® upholstery, leather steering wheel and gear knob, as well as shiny black interior touches. Also come equipped with front lateral airbags and Isofix child seat anchorage points on the rear seats. Optional ‘Safety Pack’ is available with ESP and curtain airbags. Rear seats are 50:50 split/folding and, for extra comfort, air conditioning is available as an option.
Production of the 2005 Citroen C1 Splash Special Edition continues during 2010. Splash models offer air conditioning, remote central locking and front electric windows. Choice of with two body colours and custom coloured door mirrors; Lipizian White models feature metallic black mirrors and the Electra Blue metallic cars have white door mirrors.
The 2005 Citroen C1 range available with a low cost, fixed price Servicing Package priced at just £199 (inc. VAT) – this covers all recommended and scheduled servicing, and brake fluid replacement for up to 3 years/35,000 miles.
Elect 3 finance with a highly competitive 5.9% APR is available on most C1 models until 31st March 2010.
Prices Effective January 2010 (IGs on 1 – 50 scale).
1.0i 12V 68hp 3-door VT, 106g/km, VED £35, 62.8 comb, IG 2E, £8,495
1.0i 12V 68hp 5-door VT, 106g/km, VED £35, 62.8 comb, IG 2E, £8,845
1.0i 12V 68hp 3-door Splash, 106g/km, VED £35, 62.8 comb, IG 2E, £9,045
1.0i 12V 68hp 5-door Splash, 106g/km, VED £35, 62.8 comb, IG 2E, £9,395
1.0i 12V 68hp 3-door VTR+, 106g/km, VED £35, 62.8 comb, IG 3E, £9,345
1.0i 12V 68hp 5-door VTR+, 106g/km, VED £35, 62.8 comb, IG 3E, £9,695
1.4HDi 8V 55hp 5-door VTR+, 109g/km, VED £35, 68.9 comb, IG 4E, £10,645
06-01-12: Facelifted C1 launched for 2012. New features include CO2 emissions from just 99g/km, LED daytime running lights, a CD audio system with Citroën’s integrated Connecting Box (Bluetooth system with USB socket) and an Electronic Gearbox System with steering-mounted paddles. Making its world debut at the Brussels Motor Show on 10 January, the New C1 will be available in the UK from April 2012.
UP TO 65.7 MPG & 99 G/KM OF CO2
Agile and frugal, the New 2005 Citroen C1 is powered by a three-cylinder petrol engine developing 68hp. Equipped with a manual gearbox, the New Citroën C1 1.0i boasts improved fuel economy of up to 65.7mpg over a combined cycle. Emissions are also improved, to just 99g/km of CO2, making the New C1 London Congestion Charge exempt, subject to free VED and a 100% capital allowance as a company car. As well as being the first Citroën petrol model to emit less than 100g/km of CO2, the New C1 is also available with an Electronic Gearbox System complete with steering-mounted paddle controls for enhanced handling and driving pleasure. This EGS version delivers an impressive 62.8 mpg (combined) and emits only 104g/km of CO2, but is £20 annual tax.
The New 2005 Citroen C1 gains more appeal and personality through its new front end and shorter bonnet.
The headlights keep their rounded shape, while the front bumper has been entirely redesigned to house fog lights and LED daytime running lights, which are still a rarity in the segment. The vertical design LED light signature – which is specific toCitroën and can also be seen on DS3 and C4 AIRCROSS – strengthens the character of the new model. At the rear, New C1 retains its innovative glass tailgate and features the brand’s new chevrons and badging. New C1 also gains new ‘Notus’ design 14″ wheels and is available with ‘Rift’ 14″ alloy wheels, as standard, on top of the range models.
The playful New 2005 Citroen C1 comes in a special launch colour that already adorns the C3 and DS3: Botticelli blue, a fresh-looking body colour included in the 2012 catalogue. The range of body colours also includes Scarlet red, Electra blue, Lipizzan white, Caldera black and two grey tones – one light, Gallium grey, and one dark, Carlinite grey.Citroën has also finished the grille with a chrome strip available from the mid-range trim level. The New Citroën C1 is as attractive inside as it is from the exterior. The leather steering wheel for EGS models has been redesigned, while manual gearbox versions get a new-look gearstick. Most models are available with stylish new ‘Orsai’ upholstery and entry-level models come with Mistral ‘Nokimat’ cloth. A Leather/Alcantara® option is now available, adding a high-end touch to the New C1 interior.
The New 2005 Citroen C1 comes with a range of ‘Créative Technologie’ features. Technological treats, just for the driver, include steering-mounted paddle controls for the Electronic Gearbox System – a first for the 2005 Citroen C1. For even greater travelling comfort, the radio offering has been enhanced by a new facia matching the styling of the dashboard. Featuring a time display, the all-new CD audio system comes with a Connecting Box (optional from the second trim level and standard on top of the range models), which is able to read all MP3 formats and is equipped with a Bluetooth® function. It is accompanied by USB and jack hook-ups at the base of the central console.
27-03-12: The newly restyled 2005 Citroen C1 will go on sale in the UK on 2 April with MRR OTR list prices starting from just £7,995. The range-topping 5-door VTR+, featuring Citroën’s efficient Electronic Gearbox System with steering-mounted paddle controls, is priced at £10,545.
|MODEL||ECONOMY (COMBINED)||CO2 EMISSIONS||1st YEAR VED||MRR OTR
|1.0i 68 manual 3-door VT||65.7mpg||99g/km||£0||£7,995|
|1.0i 68 manual 5-door VT||65.7mpg||99g/km||£0||£8,345|
|1.0i 68 manual 3-door VTR||65.7mpg||99g/km||£0||£8,995|
|1.0i 68 manual 5-door VTR||65.7mpg||99g/km||£0||£9,345|
|1.0i 68 manual 3-door VTR+||65.7mpg||99g/km||£0||£9,695|
|1.0i 68 manual 5-door VTR+||65.7mpg||99g/km||£0||£10,045|
|1.0i 68 EGS 5-door VTR+||62.8mpg||104g/km||£0||£10,545|
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